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Cocoon Tree Tent

Is it a cocoon? A suspended bed? A tree house? The Cocoon Tree is sold by a French company and supports more than two tons above the ground. The spherical structure is made of aluminum and covered with a resistant canvas, designed to be hung from trees, it comes with a bed big enough to accommodate two adults and two children. This "modern version of the treehouse," as described by the company, can be installed in just two days: it is tied with ropes and is secured by nets. Once ready, it is accessible via nets or wooden walkways.



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DEER HUNTER SLEEPING BAG | Image

DEER HUNTER SLEEPING BAG

The Deer Hunter Sleeping Bag is one of those items that´s stored in our childhood memories, this retro style sleeping bag is quite a surprise because although it seems old, the tech around it is updated and ensures you get comfort and practicality when using it. The flannel lining keeps you comfy and the Super Loft Elite Hollow Fiber keeps your body temp at correct temperatures, withstanding outside temps of up -35ºF. The outer shell is also waterproof and the Canva...
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THE ROCKSTAR WHISKY BAR

The Rockstar Whiskey Bar by Buster + Punch is one cool piece of furniture. The classy, high-end booze shrine and dispensary is hand made to order in the UK from either American Black Walnut or Blackened Ash, as for the quilted back panel you have the option of sumptuous Grey Berry silk or rockstar Black Leather. The mid-century modern cocktail bar also features a brass light with a snake’s heat cage for protection, and is finished with solid brass detailing. Rock on...
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House for a Photographer

FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects have designed the ultimate minimalist dream house for a Japanese photographer. Located in Shiga, Japan, "House for a Photographer” is a minimalist architecture project used as a residence, atelier and a gallery of a photographer. The building is made of mortar and galvanized steel sheet which reflects dull light, making it look massive, and is laid out to be accommodated within the L-shaped lot, standing facing the shrine on the opposi...
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